Scars Treatment

Functional and aesthetic improvement

Clinical Trials Case Reports

Hypertrophic and acne scars treatment

Removal of scars formed as a result of injuries, various diseases or even aesthetic treatments is an issue in cosmetology. Therefore, effective scar treatment is increasingly in demand in aesthetic medicine. The formation of fibrous tissue is considered to be irreversible. In other words, if a scar has been formed, then it can only be "smoothed out" but not reduced in size let alone completely removed replacing fibrous tissues with functional ones. However, this viewpoint has been changed due to a new scar treatment technique put forward by LINLINE.

For the treatment of scars, we suggest using two methods: the first is to reduce scar tissue by laser ablation and the second is RECO™ repair stimulation to replace fibrous tissues with functional ones. RECO™ can effectively be used for the treatment of hyper-, norma- and atrophic scars (including acne and striae).

  • Related products:
    MULTILINE™
    Er:YAG Laser Head (2936nm)
    SMA module

Keloid scars treatment

Treatment of keloid scars is a very difficult task since the keloid scar can respond to any trauma (surgical excision, freezing, resurfacing) with even greater growth.
One of the ideas of using lasers for the treatment of keloid scars is the coagulation of the blood vessels that feed the scar. This method can give excellent results subject to the high selectivity of the procedure in order to avoid scar tissue overheating.

The original method of ultra-selective blood vessel coagulation, developed by our company, can effectively treat keloid scars. The size of keloid tissue decreases from session to session and the keloid scar is transformed into hyper- or normotrophic. Subsequent Er:YAG laser ablation and RECO™ repair stimulation are performed until satisfactory results are achieved. RECO™ are performed until a satisfactory result is obtained.

  • Related products:
    MULTILINE™
    Nd:YAP/Q-sw/KTP Laser Head (1079nm + 540nm)
    Er:YAG Laser Head (2936nm)
    SMA module
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Feature Highlights

Ablative scar resurfacing
  • Does not require anaesthesia
  • Does not cause the growth of scar
  • Does not cause hyperpigmentation
  • Short downtime
Recovery treatment
  • Does not require anaesthesia
  • Functional tissue repair
  • Scar reduction
  • Increased scar elasticity
  • Does not affect the natural pigmentation
  • Short downtime